- Jim Molpus, February 1, 2018
I have been using the same brand and model of running shoe for a decade. I originally got fitted at a local running store for the "underpronation" that happens when a middle-aged tall guy like me plods along. They worked.
- Steven Porter, January 29, 2018
Officials added counties in Alabama, Mississippi, and California to the list of locations covered under the MIPS ‘automatic extreme and uncontrollable circumstance policy.’
- Tinker Ready, August 10, 2017
No one knows for sure how long a patient should take an antibiotic, new research suggests.
- Tinker Ready, September 26, 2017
The relationship between transitions of care and medical errors is so clear, that leadership teams should be aware of what's required to protect patient safety.
- Tinker Ready, September 14, 2017
Data is thin, but the search is on for the best ways to measure the quality of healthcare that is being delivered via telehealth to remote patients.
- Christopher Cheney, January 25, 2018
A systemwide initiative involving physicians, nurses, laboratory operations, and pharmacists has helped the nonprofit reduce its sepsis mortality rate.
- Christopher Cheney, January 26, 2018
University of Utah Health, a patient experience transparency pioneer, has raised its national patient satisfaction score from the bottom to the top quintile.